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  1. Skincare Alphabet: E is For Emollients

    by , 07-25-2016 at 12:44 AM
    Do you know how to decipher the ingredients label on your moisturiser? Or whether you should be using retinol? Or what the difference is between AHAs and BHA? Relax and let the Vogue Skincare Alphabet break it down.

    What are they?
    Emollients are supple, lubricating agents that form a layer over the epidermis. There are both synthetic emollients, such as squalene and mineral oils, and natural emollients such as lanolin and cocoa butter.

    What are they used for? ...
  2. Skincare Alphabet: D Is For Dimethicone

    by , 07-25-2016 at 12:39 AM
    Do you know how to decipher the ingredients label on your moisturiser? Or whether you should be using retinol? Or what the difference is between AHAs and BHA? Relax and let the Vogue Skincare Alphabet break it down.

    What is it?
    Dimethicone is a type of silicone, one of the most widely used in cosmetics, haircare and skincare.

    What is it used for?
    You know the sort of creams and serums that feel like silk on the skin, leaving a smooth softened and slightly ...
  3. Skincare Alphabet: A Is For AHAs

    by , 04-28-2016 at 04:28 AM
    Do you know how to decipher the ingredients label on your moisturiser? Or whether you should be using retinol? Or what the difference is between AHAs and BHA? Relax and let the Vogue Skincare Alphabet break it down.

    What are they?
    AHAs are alpha hydroxy acids - a class of chemical compounds that can be either naturally occurring or synthetic. Many are derived from organic sugars, with glycolic acid (from sugar cane) and lactic acid (from milk) the best-known and best-researched ...
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